5 edition of Carpenter"s Slide Rule found in the catalog.
Carpenter"s Slide Rule
Kenneth D. Roberts
by Ken Roberts Pub Co
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
The Rule Book. The basis for business among the members of The Carpenters' Company was a small book, copies of which were discovered in the early s by Charles Peterson, an architect and a historian, while he was crawling through the attic of Carpenter’s Hall. In early America, this rule book was reportedly a well-guarded secret. Carpenter's rules have not survived in large numbers and those that have are almost all 2' long. Fig 5, however, shows an unusual one only 18" in length. The tables for small dimensions are those for a 2' rule, with the bizarre result that the board line cannot be used between 6" and 9"nor the timber line between 8" and 11".
Carpenter’s Level These levels come in many sizes, as two-, four-, six-, and eight-foot models are commonly available. For the tasks most of us address, one each of the two-foot and four-foot. No. 15 Stanley Rule & Level Co. 2 foot 2 fold carpenters gunter rear front. Hoggs Patent Stanley Rule & Level Co. Slide Rule rear front: STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO., New Britain, Connecticut; Bevels, Levels, Metal Planes, Other, Rules, Shaves and Squares until Marks:STANLEY RULE/& LEVEL Co/NEW BRITAIN, CONN/WARRANTED BOX WOOD.
PURCHASING-Any item may be purchased by money order, cashiers check or bank draft in U.S. Funds (purchases by money order, cashiers check or bank draft are held for 7 days pending receipt of remittance).State of Washington residents please add % sales tax to total amount of order. Prices as listed. SHIPPING-Prices include shipping & handling by UPS GROUND, U.S.A. addresses. Excellent book for collectors, has deep technical information on slide rules and all other products. Hard to locate, usually expensive. The Slide Rule: By: Lee H. Johnson, Dean of Engineering Van Nostrand Co. Inc. Hardcover, pgs. Original copyright Complete introduction to the operation of the slide rule, and problem solving techniques.
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Crescent Lufkin 5/8" x 8' Red End Wood Rule with 6" Slide Rule Extension - X48N. ( FOOT FOLDABLE DESIGN) - Lightweight and Compact - Measuring Stick in Inches (IN) & Centimeter (CM) - Slide Fold Up Design Perfect for Carpenters, Contractors. Swanson Tool S 7-inch Speed Square Layout Tool with Blue Book.
out of 5 stars. The carpenter’s rule was made from two wooden one-foot rules that were held together at one end by a metal joint. Unfolded, one side became a simple two-foot measuring rule.
The upper part of the other side contained a groove that held a brass slide, with logarithmic scales on the upper and lower edges of both the slide and the adjacent parts. Included in Riddell s book, aimed primarily at carpenters and joiners, is a Carpenters Slide Rule book of fascinating instruction on the use of the slide rule in everything from making the calculations necessary for constructing circular porches and spiral stairways, to /5(14).
Carpenter's 2-foot folding rule in boxwood with logarithmic slide, made by James Rabone & Sons, Birmingham, mid to late 19th century. This is a standard carpenter's rule of the period and includes scales for calculating the volume of wood and the price of.
Included in Riddell's book, aimed primarily at carpenters and joiners, is a wealth of fascinating instruction on the use of the slide rule in everything from making the calculations necessary for constructing circular porches and spiral stairways, to calculating wages owed or.
One of the first types of slide rules sold and Carpenters Slide Rule book in the United States was the carpenter's rule, used for calculations relating to timber, which was one of the country's major early exports.
This rule is marked on the lower arm: S. JONES & CO. (/) HARTFORD–CON. (/) WARRANTED BOX WOOD. Solomon A. Jones made carpentry tools in Hartford, Conn., from to Included in Riddell’s book, aimed primarily at carpenters and joiners, is a wealth of fascinating instruction on the use of the slide rule in everything from making the calculations necessary for constructing circular porches and spiral stairways, to calculating wages owed or.
Look for scale labels. Each scale on the slide rule should have a letter or symbol identifying it, printed to the left or right. This guide will assume your slide rule uses the most common notation: The C and D scales each look like a single stretched out ruler, reading from left to : 41K.
slide rules wax seals Related. postal antiques printing equipment safes Machines. Antique Rules and Rulers From the start, the impracticality of very long rulers was obvious, so carpenters and tool makers alike devised ways to fold their wooden rulers so the tool would be easy to store and move from job to job.
Continue Reading. Navigation. - Explore Carol emmer's board "Antique Rulers" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Antiques, Antique tools, Ruler pins. In the development of slide rules numerous types were designed during the 17th Century.
The Coggeshall type was designed originally for carpenters' use and was based on the folding carpenters' rule. This is an 18th century version of the Coggeshall slide rule. Its scales are arranged in a. Halden Slide_Rule in Locomotive Data Book Slide Rule Made in England, J. Halden & Co. Ltd.
Book Published by The Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, PA Size: /4 inchesa x /4 inches x 1/8 inch paperboard construction. knife-edge cursor. Slide rule included as part of the Locomotive Data Book Published by The Baldwin.
Graduated slide rule extends up to 6" Slide rule runs under friction in T-slot, and stops at each end to prevents slide from falling out. Graduated to 1/16" 16" stud centers in red, regular outside markings.
Marked both sides and both edges. Book: A Box of Instruments And the Slide-Rule, Thomas Kentish, Book: The Scholar's Arithmetic, Daniel Adams, Book: French Maps of Book: The Carpenters Rule, Richard More,Reprint Book: Stereometry or the Art of Gauging Made Easy by the Help of a Sliding-Rule, Thomas Everard, A comprehensive book that covers all aspects of timber framing and hewn log construction.
The book covers information on design, tree selection, tool selection, hewing, and framing. The author sequentially guides the builder through the process, revealing various options for. The rabbet plane, made by Carpenter, is traceable via another route, the U.S. Patent Office records. Carpenter, self-designated "toolmaker of Lancaster," submitted patents for the improvement of wood planes between and Examples of Carpenter's work, always stamped as shown in fig survive, both dated and undated.
Post Versalog Hemmi Slide Rule. Includes the original leather case and original Versalog Book. Book is copyright The slide rule is marked FE which means manufactured in May, of The slide rule, case and book were well cared for by the original Seller Rating: % positive.
What is the significance of the Breitling circular slide rule. Breitling, a Swiss watch company, released their pilots slide rule and their pilots wristwatch in Specifically adapted for flight calculations, the Breitling Navitimer model calculated airspeed, rate of elevation or descent, flight time, distance, and fuel consumption for pilots.
Book: Reprint of the Carpenter's Slide Rule by John Rabone and Sons () Apr 6: ANTIQUE VULCAN HINGE BOXWOOD 2 FOLD SLIDE RULE,J RABONE and SONS,DRAWING INSTRUMENT: Apr 0: A G THORNTON SLIDE RULE + INSTRUCTION BOOK RABONE CHESTERMAN FOLDING WOODEN RULE.
A carpenter square, also sometimes known as a framing square or speed square, is a type of carpentry tool commonly used by carpenters, builders, and other home improvement aficionados. A quick check with a carpenter square gives you the ability to measure and mark precise angled dimensions for complex projects like roofs, rafters, and : 57K.
Carpenter Rule Book Resources Annotated Bibliography of Builders Rule Books Published in America. The research for this bibliography was undertaken by Elizabeth Temkin during a National Park Service internship under the direction of NPS architect Lee Nelson in the s.The Carpenter's slide rule, its history and use.
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